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Acne News Archive
  • Grow home remedies from medicinal herbs (Everett Herald)

    Herbs and spices aren't just for cooking. They can help treat common maladies, including sore throats, earaches, nausea, constipation, acne, hemorrhoids, hangovers, headaches and cold sores. They can also help heal minor injuries such as burns and cuts.


  • The Benefits of Chocolate (BellaOnline)

    Yes, there are health benefits to eating chocolate. Now you have a great reason to eat your favorite treats!


  • Welcome to Paradise (Las Vegas CityLife)

    The mayor of Paradise pulls a milk crate out of a tent, covers it with a battered pillow and invites his guest to sit. It's 9 a.m. on a Friday morning, the sun is already high in the sky, and there's absolutely nowhere he needs to be.


  • The best facial treatments for less than $10 (Orange County Register)

    Readers share their favorite affordable beauty products for the face.


  • Super acne? Drug-resistant zits on the rise (KOAA-TV Colorado Springs - Pueblo)

    It sounds like the stuff of teenage nightmares: super strong, freakishly clever, mutant acne. But dermatologists say the bacteria that causes acne is increasingly developing resistance to some commonly prescribed antibiotics, including tetracycline and erythromycin.


  • Acne can persist in adulthood (The Standard-Times)

    DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My daughter, now 30, has a severe case of acne. I thought her acne would go away as she grew older. Could there be something medically wrong that's causing it?


  • Somali pirates - 'Rambo and Robin Hood in one' - Feature (EARTHtimes.org)

    Aden, Yemen - We are simple fishermen making our living with hard work, insists 26-year-old Ahmed Abdallah Mussa, trying - and failing - to look innocent. He and 21 other alleged Somali pirates, captured by Russian and Indian naval personnel during ...


  • Super Acne Zits fighting back (The 33 News Dallas Fort Worth)

    The last several generations have grown up with the Clearasil and Stridex television commercials. Acne isn't going away, in fact, doctors now say acne is harder to get rid of than ever. Like many teenagers, fifteen year old Zach Arco is concerned about zits. "It's a big issue." Zach says. "I have to worry about it day or night." And for good reason. Baylor-Plano Dermatologist Mark ...


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